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History of the Show

The Montecito Motor Classic features a diverse selection of rare and unique vehicles. The annual car show draws car enthusiasts and families for an opportunity to interact with the cars and their caretakers, free of charge.

Since beginning in 2012, the event has drawn over 5,000 spectators per year. The family-oriented show offers something for people of all interests, including awards, interactive displays, and priceless automobiles, all to benefit local charitable organizations. Giving back to the community is the principal objective of the Montecito Motor Classic and it has successfully raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Santa Barbara Police Activities League and the Santa Barbara Police Foundation. Beautiful Santa Barbara County is a unique and affluent destination with everything that is needed to put on a spectacular event.

 

 

 

Why It's Important

The Montecito Motor Classic has always been about benefiting community organizations such as the Santa Barbara Police Activities League (PAL), Special Olympics, and the Santa Barbara Police Foundation. This year we are pleased announce that the 911 At Ease International and Santa Barbara Police Activities League (PAL) will be our 2021 benefiting organizations. Critical funds raised during this event will go directly to supporting the programs offered through these amazing organizations, that play a vital role in the greater Santa Barbara County.

Who Is Benefiting

911 At Ease International
Keeping Our First Responders Strong. Providing first responders access to free & confidential trauma-informed counseling, so those who serve our communities can be their best. The Mission of 911 At Ease International (911AEI) exists to support first responders and their families, so they can be their best to serve their community. 911AEI is committed to keeping our first responders strong.

Santa Barbara Police Activities League
The Santa Barbara Police Activities League (PAL) strives to build positive mentoring relationships between teens, the police department, and members of the community through educational, athletic, and leadership development programs.

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